Happy new week one and all – and half term to those that may be lucky enough to be celebrating it. Time to start your Monday with Tweet Hee Hee, your weekly round up of all the funny goings on we’ve encountered from social media this last week.
So with Halloween but a week away, time to get a whole skeleton of funnybones tickled for a brand new week…
DO-HO-HO-HO-N’T LEAVE ME THIS WAY
Two weeks on from leaving the Strictly dancefloor, and the Reverend Richard Coles is finding consolation in the fact that the royalties continue to roll in for his mega selling 80s hit with The Communards…
But of course, as anyone will tell you, a guaranteed royalties banker is to write a song for use in December every year…
Next year’s Christmas number one album? You bet.
BAN THIS FILTH, ETC.
One of the big talking points on social media last Wednesday, was the appearance on ITV’s primetime schedule of a Gordon Ramsay documentary. Alas, in a hashtag (and programme title) that was the least well executed since #susanalbumparty, many were left disappointed and misled by the promise of Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine:
This however, was our absolute favourite depiction in a ‘What you could have won’ moment:
CLOCK OFF, UNTANGLE, DON’T TUNE OUT
Remember kids – when, in years from now, Apple render headphones cordless and thus make the standard model obsolete, you won’t feel the pain that us – and Greg James – experienced:
DOGS THAT LOOK LIKE HUMANS, PART THE 476.
It also slightly resembles Gail Platt from Coronation Street, no?
THE LIFE OF (STORM) BRIAN
The latest swathe of autumn gales and rain to not be named after an 80 year old piano teacher hit the UK over the weekend. But some weren’t convinced of it’s hurricane potential:
THE GREATEST NEWS READER EVER? QUITE POSSIBLY
Simon McCoy is the best BBC News reader of them all for the simple reason that he is the living embodiment of Dougal from the Magic Roundabout. We rest our case: